Here are four theater productions you won't want to miss!

If you're a theater lover, you know that Washington, D.C., is never lacking in that department! From Hamilton to The Color Purple, here are four theater productions you need to see before they're gone.

Dave

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WHEN: Now–August 19, 2018
WHERE: Kreeger Theater
CONTACT: Click here or call 202-554-9066

Dave is a new musical on the D.C. theater scene! Your average high school teacher with a twist, main character "Dave" just so happens to look like the president. Because of this, Dave is hired by the Secret Service to stand in for the president, who fell ill under interesting circumstances. Follow Dave's adventures as he tries to fill the shoes of the most important person in the country without letting anyone know who he really is!

Hamilton

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WHEN: Now-September 16, 2018
WHERE: The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
CONTACT: Click here or call 202-467-4600

All summer long, award-winning Broadway musical Hamilton has made a home for itself in D.C.! Lin-Manuel Miranda turned the story of Alexander Hamilton, a founding father, into a snazzy hip-hop musical. The chance to watch this epic production won't be here forever. To learn how to win cheapo lottery tickets to see Hamilton, click here.

The Second City's Generation Gap

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WHEN: Now–August 12, 2018
WHERE: The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
CONTACT: Click here or call 202-467-4600

The Second City's Generation Gap will have you laughing until your stomach hurts! The play is a satire that takes on all the miscommunications, careers, dating, etc., between the different generations. Everyone can relate to it!

The Color Purple

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WHEN: Now–August 26, 2018
WHERE: The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
CONTACT: Click here or call 202-467-4600

Based on the novel by Alice Walker, this popular Tony Award-winning musical is touring the nation with its unforgettable music and exploration of an African-American's woman's experiences in the early 1900s' American South!

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